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2 Fast 4 You   (Germany)

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Added : 02/05/2007
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Forever Dance
Blame It On The Sun
Lover On The Line
95 1996 1997

 

2 Fast 4 You albums

Forever Dance Forever Dance 1997
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2 Fast 4 You singles

Blame It On The Sun Blame It On The Sun 1996  
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Lover On The Line Lover On The Line 1997  
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2 Fast 4 You biography

2 Fast 4 You features Antony Chimento (aka Tony, 25 in 1997), the founder of the project, Alexandra de Rosa (aka Lola, the blond gir, 22 in 1997) et Zelka Cobrda (aka Cherry, the red-haired girl, 21 in 1997). On stage they performed with 3 dancers.

All 3 are Italian and were already members of dance projects. Tony worked as choreographer and dancer in Captain Hollywood Project, T.T. Fresh and Intermission. Lola used to ba a dancer for the Italian act Giovanni Liberi, then she moved to Germany in 1995, where she met Tony. Cherry had worked with Lola in Italy before following the same path as her. Both girls like swimming, skating and of course dancing.

The song was a cover of The Free's famous hit. It was recorded and mixed at Soundhouse Records Studio is Aasen (Germany) by Rolf Wetzel. The CD-maxi included a B-side entitled My New Car, it was written by DJ Crazy, Bogdan C. Mack and Rolf Wetzel, arranged by Markus Weinhold. The single was published by A&A MV - Dusty vinyl, produced by DJ Crazy and Rolf Wetzel.

Rolf Wetzel also produced Gentle's single The Rhythm Of Love.

2 Fast 4 You performed at different dance festivals all across Germany, sharing the stage with artists such as 2 Unlimited, Dr Alban, DJ Bobo and Twenty 4 Seven. They also did a promotional tour.

An album entitled Forever Dance was released in 1997. Among the tracks, the excellent eurodance song Move To The Rhythm which melody was inspired from Antares' Ride On A Meteorite. Fot its release, they did a 70-Shows-Tour as the headliner presented by several radio stations all across Germany. They also recorded their best songs with raps in Italian and in Spanish languages.

Thanks to Hickermann and Klems
2 Fast 4 You at AW Music

2 Fast 4 You biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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